Community - Poway
Poway is home north of San Diego downtown and south of Escondido within the 92064 zip code. The community offers a serene lifestyle with a creek winding through the neighborhood. Many residents have discovered several artifacts of the Dieguenos Native American Indians that once called the area home, along the creek. The country feel is the reason so many wish to call Poway home even though it is only minutes for the fast paced downtown area of San Diego.
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Residents of Poway enjoy a country style lifestyle with several amenities including golf and outdoor adventures. The main population is couples whereas families come in second. The economy is strong with the top employers being Geico Direct, Poway Unified School District, Pomerado Hospital, Cohu, Sysco San Diego, and Digirad.
Poway Attractions & Activities
The main attraction in Poway is the quiet and solitude that residents enjoy. Other attractions include Stoneridge Country Club, Warren Ranch, Rancho Del Suen, Bernardo Winery, and the Poway Performing Arts Center.
Shopping excursions are abundant with several shopping centers in the community including Old Poway Village Shopping Center, Poway
Valley Shopping Center, and ), Carriage Center West Shopping Center, to name a few.
Families enjoy the public parks, which include the Blue Sky Ecological Reserve, Lake Poway Recreation Area, Valle Verde Park, Hilleary Park, Old Poway Park, Abolitos Park, Poway Community Park, Silverset Park, and Starridge Park.
The neighborhoods located in Poway include:
Poway has its own school district with 25 elementary schools, 6 middle and 6 high schools. The schools are highly rated in the state.
As mentioned above, the Dieguenos American Indians called the area home and still today you can view their paintings on the boulders dotting the countryside as well as find grinding stones, spear points, and pottery along the creek bed, making a stroll through the community an adventure. Records indicate the name, Paguay, spelling differs according to the expert, was used as early as 1828, translated to mean the meeting of the little valleys.
In 1887, Poway was home to around 800 people that were mainly farmers with the production of grain, fruit and dairy products. The City of Poway was incorporated in 1980 and broke away from only being a neighborhood in San Diego to being a city.
If you love the country but still want to enjoy the amenities found in a city, then Poway is the Southern California community you are looking to call home. Contact a Realtor today to take a tour of the available homes.